President Buhari’s administration has encountered challenges in areas such as kidnapping, inflation, and debt

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Following a historic election victory that resulted in the ousting of the underperforming incumbent, Goodluck Jonathan, the former military ruler, Muhammadu Buhari, assumed the presidency with high hopes of bringing about meaningful change. Supported by a formidable coalition and renowned for his tough military background, Buhari was seen as a leader who could deliver results.

Having previously held power briefly in the 1980s, Buhari’s return to office was fueled by promises to tackle the escalating Islamist insurgency in the North-East and address the pervasive issue of corruption. As the last of a generation of military leaders who received training in Britain before governing the nation, expectations were high.

However, after serving two consecutive four-year terms, the 80-year-old president has left many feeling disillusioned. Disappointment lingers among the populace, as Buhari’s tenure has failed to live up to the aspirations set forth during his election campaign.

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